Former Mamelodi Sundowns general manager, Peter Koutroulis, says he is reminded of his time at the Chloorkop club when he looks back at his career in football administration which started over 30 years ago.
Koutroulis has commended Sundowns President Patrice Motsepe for leading the club success in winning trophies, including the CAF Champions League and CAF Super Cup under renowned coach, Pitso Mosimane.
“The good thing for me and my family is that Sundowns has done well since my family gave the club to Mr Patrice Motsepe. Mr Motsepe improved the club and nobody can take that from him – what he has done for the club and what he is still doing for the club,” said Koutroulis.
On whether he would consider going back to the Brazilians again in the future, Koutroulis says he cannot forget about the club that made him who he is.
“You can’t forget about the club that you made your name at. It’s like your ex-wife, if I may put it that way. I can’t forget that club. I still talk to Roger Feutmba, Daniel Mudau, Eric Ramasike and many other former players. We communicate and I still love Sundowns,” he added.
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